Grandmother fends off two armed home invaders
'I was saying "You're not going to shoot me,"' she recalls, '"I have no safe. You need to leave now, while you can."'
By Fran Jeffries
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. — A Peachtree City grandmother was beaten and grazed with a shotgun pellet during a home invasion Friday night, but she fought back and escaped the attack, according to a Channel 2 Action News report.
"I was not going to be executed in my own home," Cece Coffee told Channel 2. Coffee described her encounter with two suspects armed with a shotgun.
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